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Pin tucks down the center of this bedspread give it the tailored feel of a tuxedo shirt.
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Jane Lockhart Bedroom Makeover
platform bed frame and reupholstered the headboard in charcoal gray faux suede fabric by Robert Allen Design; the custom touches add a sophisticated and tailored touch to the bedroom. The gray hue sets the cool and neutral color palette for the space. Tip: Lockhart highly recommends adding molding to interiors
Amy Lau Design
Beach House Bridgehampton
you have a fabulous bed frame worth showing off (or, if you just don't like dust collecting at the end of of you bedding), perhaps you prefer a more tailored look. In that case, tuck your comforter or blanket under the mattress. Decorative pillows at the head of the bed bring in layers and texture.
Charlotte Moss Kips Bay Master Suite
Pulling back, the wide shot of this wall is stunning. I love the assortment of artwork and the casual, yet beautiful, arrangement. Also, the tailored sofa nicely balances the fussy bed. It's a room with a lot of uses and a space that's feminine but not saccharine.
the most part, inverted box pleats are a great trick to giving draperies a more masculine or gender-neutral feel. When closed, they have a super tailored, boxy feeling. Stack them back and they create a sleek, uniform look which allows the hardware to shine.
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
Pac Heights Penthouse
you will wear, you can slim your wardrobe and love it more.5. Shop vintage. 6. Bring cloth shopping bags of your own ... even to the mall.7. Mend and tailor instead of toss. Take a cue from our grandparents' generation and work with what you have.
Teton Heritage Builders
Caddis Fly Cabin Interior
Strike a balance. Red plaid blankets and cabins seem to go hand-in-hand, but some people prefer a crisper, more tailored feel. Tucked bedding in neutral tones is a good choice. Artwork in a contemporary frame is a nice contrast to the wood and punctuates the look.